Unceded & Undefeated with Alana Cook

Online/Virtual Event

A professional MMA fighter, a proud Métis woman, and a budding scholar in the field of Indigenous Health and Wellness, Alana has spent the last decade of her life embracing the beauty of active movement through martial arts, and re-discovering the incredible ways that Indigenous knowledge and Land-based learning can heal us from the intergenerational […]

Free

Norman Bethune Symposium

UBC Robson Square 800 Robson Street, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

Held in the spring, the full-day Norman Bethune Symposium highlights recent research in bleeding and thrombosis, with participation from a range of scientists and clinicians at all levels of training.

Free

Mental Health First Aid Training (Staff/Faculty)

Online/Virtual Event

Mental Health First Aid (MHFA) is the support provided to a person who may be experiencing a decline in their mental well-being or a mental health crisis. Mental Health First Aid Training is an evidence based, internationally recognized program through the Mental Health Commission of Canada. In this training, participants will learn how to recognize signs […]

Knowledge Transfer and Mentorship with Valerie Lamirand

Online/Virtual Event

I am the founder and co-owner of RavenSong Soap & Candle. I have a passion for products and entrepreneurism and love to share my experience and knowledge. RavenSong has undergone enormous growth and change over the years and the learning curve has been steep. As an indigenous Entrepreneur I feel a responsibility to share the […]

Free

Wills & Estates for Indigenous People Part 2: Advance Planning On-Reserve/Nation lands for Status Band Members

Online/Virtual Event

This webinar will address the importance and value of powers of attorney, representation agreements, and wills for Status Members living on-reserve/Nation Lands in British Columbia. We will cover important considerations that go into preparing these documents, the risks and benefits, and resources for BC residents who want to ensure their wishes are respected both in […]

Free

Drop-in financial advising with the Indigenous Student Support Team (ESA)

Online/Virtual Event

With the start of the Summer session, the Indigenous Student Support Team from Enrolment Services will be switching back to online drop-in advising for Indigenous students via Zoom. From 12:00 pm and going until 3:00 pm, Indigenous students can ask financial (or other – we are happy to try and help however we can!) questions […]

Nurses Supporting Indigenous Wellness: Changing Lives & Shaping Tomorrow

Online/Virtual Event

  Celebrate National Nursing Week with us and participate in an engaging Q&A session. Discover insights from nursing leaders who advocate for policy, research, education, administration, and practice in partnership with First Nations communities. Gain valuable perspectives from a diverse panel of Indigenous and supportive nurse leaders as they discuss shaping the future of nursing […]

Free

Drop-in financial advising with the Indigenous Student Support Team (ESA)

Online/Virtual Event

With the start of the Summer session, the Indigenous Student Support Team from Enrolment Services will be switching back to online drop-in advising for Indigenous students via Zoom. From 12:00 pm and going until 3:00 pm, Indigenous students can ask financial (or other – we are happy to try and help however we can!) questions […]

Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami: The National Voice of All Inuit in Canada

Online/Virtual Event

Join the Faculty of Medicine's office of Respectful Environments, Equity, Diversity & Inclusion (REDI) on Wednesday, May 15th, 2024 from 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm (PST) for a conversation with Natan Obed, Canada’s National Inuit Leader. Natan Obed is the president of Inuit Tapiriit Kanatami, the national representational organization protecting and advancing the rights and interests […]

Cultural Safety in Healthcare: Past, Present, and Future Perspectives with Simon Brascoupé

Online/Virtual Event

This presentation examines cultural safety, initially championed by Māori nurse Irihapeti Ramsden in the 1990s, and its global dissemination across healthcare systems. It explores its historical evolution, present application, and future prospects, considering spiritual, physical, mental, and emotional dimensions through a Two-Eyed-Seeing approach. From Indigenous knowledge perspectives, it scrutinizes its implications for professional growth, relationships, […]

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